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Tiago is a planetary system orbiting a yellow G-class star.  The system lies in the Aquarius Constellation of the Capricorn Region.

Tiago is a connecting system sitting between the Capricorn and Schemali Regions, a popular stop for those travelling between the two regions.  Beyond the system's busy Jump Stations, the primary planet is a resource rich world with pleasant weather, the planet has grown a sizable population into the billions.


As travellers passed through the Tiago System, they found the primary planet to be a desirable world.  Many decided to stay and colonize the world instead moving deeper into Schemali or Capricorn Regions, they became the base of the planet's population.

System: Tiago

Primary Star: TYC581881

Stellar Type: G5V ☼

Mass (Sol): 1.09

Luminosity: 1.15x Sun

Distance: 292 ly

Constellation: Aquarius

Region: Capricorn

Population: 1.5 Billion


Tiago Planets

Tiago B
Tiago B is a hot terrestrial world with a thin atmosphere.  The planet's hot surface is composed of sodium flats and magnesium, with multiple deep deposits of uranium.

Distance: 0.34 AU

Orbit: 68 days

Temp: 449 K

Mass: 0.95 Earth

Radius: 6297 km

Gravity: 0.98 g

Rotation: 51 hours

Moon(s): 0


Tiago C
Tiago C is a common  Venus-like world with a thick carbon dioxide and nitrogen atmosphere.  The planet's thick, cloudy atmosphere traps heat over the surface creating a pressure cooker like effect.

Distance: 0.72 AU

Orbit: 212 days

Temp: 700 K

Mass: 2 Earth

Radius: 8418 km

Gravity: 1.15 g

Rotation: 85 hours

Moon(s): 1


Tiago D
Tiago D is a habitable, terrestrial world covered in 45% water.  The planet's water is primarily located in inland seas surrounded by the planet's land masses.  The land areas are very rocky with numerous mountain ranges covering the majority of the surface.

Distance: 1.56 AU

Orbit: 681 days

Temp: 275 K

Mass: 1.11 Earth

Radius: 6729 km

Gravity: 0.99 g

Rotation: 22 hours

Moon(s): 2


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